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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the uronic acids or their derivatives


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  • Kocham w Nim to, ze potrafi razem ze mna uronic lze.


  • It is an unbranched chain made up of a repeating disaccharide units of uronic acid and glucosamine sugars, and is present in both cells and the extracellular matrix.

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  • According to Vinod and Sashidhar the gum has several unique physicochemical properties including a high uronic acid content, a hydrogel property, high intrinsic viscosity and molecular mass and porosity.

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  • (such as fragellae, fimbriae, fibrils, etc.) and the tenuous capsule around bacteria, which contains polysaccharides, glycoproteins, lypopolysaccharides and uronic acids, on top of the bacterial outer surface may not prevent the cell wall structure from exposing to the enhanced localized field surrounding the Ag nanoparticle surface.

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